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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. TTJ .TTTli! T.nnAT. T7TT7.T.T North Bennington, t-'Jt JHrs. stOKer ana uaugmer, juiss uorujs; loft for their homo day. in Now Tork. Tuos Miss Jennie Wrisley of Donvfer, Colo., after enjbying pleasant calls on,somo of bcr manyfriendand'tho grandCeMten nial left oii Tuesday forD.onver. . Tho Rov. Wi A'hlce, wh6 was Vslavo in South Caroiih'a;oighteon ycars bcforo tho war, will speak at a.nnion sorvico in tho Congrcgational church next Monday cvening, Sept. 7th, pn .tho subject of "Slavery as ric'nicihber 1K" A. W. riawicsof Tokeica, Kansas, who carao to visit his ltarerits, Mr. and Mrs. YTt E. Hawks and othor frie'nds, and to see tlie Centennial, left for his Western homo on Tuesday, focling wcllpaidfor liis long lourncy, ana nover leit moro prido in hisnative Stato than now, There will bo a Pcach Supper at Miss Ida White' 8, residenco in Kiverside, on Wednosdav cvontng. Sept. Oth,' f6r". tho bonefit of tho, Mothodist church at Hms dill...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIBAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. THE LOWELL. MASS. PAKTY. AlthouRli the battlo of Bennington was fought on tho 10th and 17th of August, it was found most convonient to havo tho great celebratiou ocour on Wednesday, Qio 19th. Accordmgly a considerablo party left Lowell, on Tuesday, tho 18th, at 0:35 a. m., for Boston, whore thoy took possession of a parlor-car, especially chartored for the entiro round trip ovor the Fitchburg and Rutland railroads. Tliis party varied slightly, at different ooints, iu. its personnel, taking on and Iosing a few individuals at points, but tho entiro list .was as follows: Froni Lowell AVm. H. Ward, tho builder of the monument, who actcd as genoral in uommand of the expedition a duty whioh ho performed 'most efflciontly and satisfactorily Jlrs. Ward, Miss Kather ino L. Ward, Miss Graco Ward, Miss Helen A. Ward, Hon. S. P. Hadloy, Col. .Tames Francis, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hol dcn, Dr. C. M. Fisk, Chas. Runols, J. S. Colby, F. P. Marble, J. F...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 September 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BAKNER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. WISE AND OTIIE RWISK. If you want to feol right, do right. Ono troublo about unpleasant jjoo plo is that it gencrally geomx irapossiblo for theni to get out of the vay. Doii't allow burrs to ripen in tho horso pasturo to mako mats of tho mancs,aud tailsof tho horses and colts. Sore teoth will sometimes mako a liorse carry its touguo out of its mouth. A karsh bit will do tbo samo tbing. VTa buy a cow that is a good avcrago ono; tvo could bny a iirst-class ono for $15 nioro. Wbat doos it cost us to savo that $15? Did it ovcr occur to you, that farm ora who grow paying crops in a bad or off year aro in tho minority rathor than in tho majority? All tho largo brecds bavo been form od undcr tho iniluenco of a mild climato, breeding from tbo best, ana a "plonti ful supply of food." Aftcr dipbtbaria, scarlet fovor, pneu monia, or any other sovere illness, tboro is no better tonio than Ilood's Sarsapa rilla. Eastcrn Orcgon and Washington this...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANOTR, FEIDAY, SEPTEMEER . 4, 1891. Vormont Commantlcry BtfBennlncton. Vermont CommanderyNo, 4,v. T., feturned from Bennington, Thursday af ternoon of last wook, navlng had an en joyablo trip. Tho journoy was made in twa.Wagnei aloeJipkiajHclf servpd aa -headquartora- .whilo. in. Bennington.. TheCommandorj headed byMcachara's drum corps,.appoarcd Tn .tho.Kreat proi ccssion, tho 10th, Trith full ranks, and cnjoycd tho , distinction, of havjing ho. largest number of men in uniform lii lino of any Templar organizatlon. Tho handsnflfinllrchlng and knightly beap mg of tho .mert.woro highlycompli njented, and Commantlory and' dr,utjjj corps wore frequontfy hpplauded b causo of ,their"'iine appoarance. After tho paroda-tho -Str-Knlghts-wero royally. lunchodby thoir fratres of latt oom mandery at Bonnington. Breakfast and supnprwero ,handi?qracly proyjded by Capt. G. C. Batcs. of Co. f, of North field, to'whom, as wcll as to liis effleient assistants at tho moss tcnts, Messr...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

VOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., ERIBAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1891. NUMBER 34. Busiucse JDircctori). O. H. MASON. ATT0RNEY AT LAW. Adains' Wock. Bennlneton, Vt. 32 O. n. DARLING. ' ArTORNKY ATXAW. Ofllce over First Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR, MARY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT ItESIDENCE, SWJ Ko,4Kjiain st.. lienningion, n COAL! COAL! COAL! LIME AND ISUMKNT AT WIIOLESALE AND KETAIL. Depotst., J.II.LOUIHO CO., Bennington. U. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, PIUNTER, STATIOIfKR AND BLANK BOOK MAKER, Banner Bullding,) North nt., Bennlagton. JAMES 13. MEACUAM. ATTORNEV AND C017NSEL0R AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. Attorneys and Counsellore at Law, nndSolIcl tors lu Chancery. No. 307 ilain Street, Bennington. Vt. 19tf-82 V B. Sheldon. II. T. Cushman. BATCIIELDER & BATES. AITORNFA'H AND C0UNSELL0RS AT LAW aud Solifltors lu Chancery. Offleeover Flrst NationalBank. Bennington. S6tf J . K. BATCHELDEE. B. L. BATES. H. C. DAY, M. D. rfVFF10E AT DRUG STORE, 1 No. 17, Maln Street, lienninKtoo, Vt. Speclal at...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1891. FOLK LOItE. "Written for tho "Banner by O. XT. llar raan. Much lms been written and said in ro gard to the reliablcness of oral tradition, Miat folk loro talcs and ballads kavo beenhanded down frora lip to lip for cepturics with ourious fldelity, oven in cases whercin tbe recitcr could iiot rcad or writc and thus the truthfulness of history has been preserved, and local tradition bas kopt alivo momories wbich mit;nt otherwiso havo perisbod altogoth cr. At this tirno, when the attontion of tho coiumunity has bccn aroused and turned to tho contomplation of ovonts which transpircd moro tban a century ago, tho lnomories of which havo bcon pcrpotuated throuRh tho lines of tradi tion, it may be woll to rehearso a talo calculatod to foster a beliof in tho relia bility of thoso momories. My fathor was born in 1770; I in 1812, and Mrs. Sarah W. Howo in 1788; sho resided in Rupert and was unkuown by mo or niy fathor. When I was about twelvo y...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EEIDAY, SEPTEMBEE 11, 1891. l'RKSIDUNT UAUKISON'S ADDRESS AT ST. AI.UANS. In tlio tour -wliich I mado tliis spring acrosH tho continont, I vitnesscd very many grcat assomblages and looked Tipdn vory many brilliaut and ontrancing sccnes, but I rccall nono outsido tho groator citios more boautiful and worthy tlian tliis in St Albans to-niglit. (Ap plauso.) Most decply do I feol whatovcr of personal respcct you thus ovidonco, and yot moro liiglily do I apprcciato tliat lovo of Americaninstitutious, thaticalty to tho flag, wliich I ara suro is tlio domi naut impulso in tliis great assembly. Applauso. Your situation upon this groat water liuo conuccting tho St Lawrenco vrith the Iludson, was an carly suggestion to tho trader as well as to the iuvador. Tho Indian canoe,, tho boatof tho fur tradcr, plowcd thcso watcrs iu tho carly days of our history. At a lator timo thoy suggested to tho military leaders of Groat Britain who coramanded tho armics sont for tho sub jo...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

V ;.r THETBEimi i t,,. .. . .. " BENNINGtONBANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1891. Miss Aknet has boeu visitiug iu Tor onto, Canada, for a couplo of ivecks. Miss Cynthia Ga'rdneb-'''sii- tb" Elizabeth, Nl J., to schQolJthis.autumn., Alan60jJW.ii.cox i has 'beenseriously ill during the-past week-, buJs alittlp better to-day. The village trustees voted Monday ovening, to pay tbo olcctric light bill, and adjourned for a weok. The improvemcnts on Odd Fellows' 3Iall, in this village, aro completod. Itr is one of tlio finest soclety halls In ver mont. The Good Templars enjoyed an oystor supperlast Friday evening. Now mom bers and entbusiasm is a common oc currence with tbls Lodgo these days. Henuy W. Putnam, who is soon to return to New Tork for tbo wintor, has nearly completed Bomo very flno work on bis cometery lot in tbis village. Ho will crect a nico monumcnt tboroon. Tue noxt regular convocation of Mt.j Anthony Chaptcr, No. 1, Order Eastorn Star, will bo hcld Wednesday ovenin...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

5' .srauAtrr: . i 8 4 Josephlne... a S 3 4 4 2 1 Llvely iloy. Barnum 4 b nwhland Motd. : .' 1 ' l Time, ?:49, 2:47, 2:44,2:48: Iu tlio freo-for-all race tho ontries wero Ilcnry D, by M. . E. Burgess; May Flower, byM, S;,Colburn; Frank II., by Perry Eldred;jI$l And R:,by John J.Par ris, and Hcroino by Andrew Seoley. suMMinv: HenryB i..". S J 4 Mey Flower i: 2 1 1 1 Frank H 1 2 8 2 BeToiae 4 4 4 3 Tiroe,2:3i,2:41.S:3.2:?S. Tlie Cambridge Vnlley Fair. Tho sccond aimual fair of tho Cam bridge Valley Agricultural Stcioty was concluded at Cambridge Friday, and was a succcss in every respeot. Tho associa tion vras fa,vored with 6plcndid weathor on cach day excopt one, and thcn a gcntlo rain fcll for a fow hours, heavy cnough to lay tho dust. Tho attendanco was simply euorraous. Tlio halls wcro packcd from morning till night, and thousands wandored down by tho cattlo slicds and borso stables'and admired tlio excollont stook. Tho oxhibit of cattlo was tho largest cvor seen at any fair hcld i...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRLDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1891. v- STORY OF EAUtT VEKMONT. Itisnow a hundrcd years sinco Ver TOont was admittcd into tlio Uniou. Forty yoars beforo thero was scarco a lwollini within hcr borders. "Her forests were unwastcd and unshorn, SaTC where tbe wlld path of tba tempcst had torn." At this time, or a little boforo, niniors icachcd tlie cars of Govcrnor Bcnning "Wentworth of New Ilampshire, tliat the government of New York was clainiing tbat this fair portion of his provinco was witbin tlio limits of her boundary line; and ho made bold to drive a stako, bo, to apeak, far away in tlio wildemess. whoro lio belioved tbo boundary line to bo, and that tboro niigbt bo no doubt in the minds of New Yorkers, at least who dld it, marked bis namo on it. Tbat is, bo chartcrcd and located a township of land on a line twenty miles east of Ilud on's rivcr and namcd it Bennington. This was in 1749, and a little latcr on in tho season ho wrote a polito lottor to Governor Clinto...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, SEPTEJMCBER 11, 1891. THE CENSUS DEATQ RATE. An Intcrestlns I.ettor Frora ,a St. Albans Enunierator to tlio Ceuaus OlHco. . A Washington special says that Con sus Supcrintcndcnt rorter has rcccivcd this unusally interosting roport from an enumorator at St. Albans, Vt.: "I havo your favor of tho 10th inst., informing mo of tho dissatisfaction of your dcpartmcnt with ray mortality ro- ports, aud that it was unrcasonablo to supposo that in a district containing 1810 persons thorc should bo but six doatlis during tho last flvo months of tho ccnsus year; that according to somo laws of avcrago, hithorto unknown, and thcxeforo, unhceded, by tho good pooplo of my district, thoro should havo beon 10 doaths rathcr thau six during tho pcriod iudicatod. "I am sorry that my conscicnco prc vcnts my reporting to you moro doaths than was aotually reportcd to mo, for I inquired in ovory houso and you havo al roady had tho rcsult I studiod your in structious vcry carofu...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 September 1891

THE BEOTTDGTON BANJSFER, FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1891. CORRESP ONDENGE.-- Tlio Watcr Queatton nnd Damaso hy tho linto Prrabot. ' To the Editor of the anner: Deau Sm: Permit mo horeby to call attontion to soma mattertfconnootod with tho ro cont freshet which occurred 'A'ug. 27th. It'was statcd in many papora tlirouRliout tho country that tho water which ilooded tho villap;o camo out of tho strcam at or Duritig ho period from 1804 to tllo 7prcs6nt.timo, Ihavo.occupicd.tho. prqtn c ises whorp my dwcllinghous$. founflry and shops aro locatcd, and I havo livod thero nearly -twenty-live yea'rs of " tho" timo. Since I havo owned tho prcmises 1 havo expended moro than four thou sand dollars in work. of excavating in tho ohannelof -'jtho stream to mako it widor and dooper, and. in building wdre than eighty rods of substantial walls along tho sides, so as to prevont over flowing, and had I not dono tho work named, thn watcr would havo gono tlirough qur villago not-less than4hree feet deop at tb...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

- VOL. LI. BENIOTGTON, YT., FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1891. NUMBER 35. ) Business gJtatoqi. C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block, Bennington, Vt. 82 C. H. DARLING. ArTOKNEYATLAW. Office ovcr First NRtlonal bank, 44f UennlnRton. vt, DR. MAKY PARTRIDGE. .FFICKAT ItESIDENCE, SltfJ Ko.4Main st.. uenninpvuu, v u COAL! COAL1 COALl LIME XSD CEMENT AT WHOLE8ALE AND KETAIL. DepotsU. J.U.LOIUNO & CO., BeiminBton. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, riUNTEIt. STATI0NEK andBLANK BOOK MAKER, lUnner Bnllding,) North st.. Bcnniipoo. . JAMES B. MEAOHAM. ATTORNEY AND COT7M8ELOR AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. A ttornej-s and Counsellors at Law, and Sollcl Ck. tois la Chancerj. No. 307 Jlain Street, &nuln(rtoii. Vt. 10tf-8S W B. Sheldon. U. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT L&Xf .cL and SolicitorslnCbancery. Olllcw over First NatloualBank.BennlnstOD. S6tf J . C. BATCHELDER. E. h. BATES. H. U. DAY, 11. D. rmUE AT DRUG ST01IE, f No. 17, MftlnSlrcet, BenniuRtoa, Vt. ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

THE BENlStlNGTON BAOTER FEIDAY, SEPTEMBEH 18, 1891. COUNTKY NKWSPAPER8. Although country editors are noarly always poor, tliere aro plenty of persons vrlio bolievo tbat half the parngraplis in a country newspaper aro paid for witli cnorroous bribcs. There aro always two sides to ovcry qucstion, aud wlrichever hido an cditor falls on, tho partizans of tho othcr accuso bim of being "bought." Itisa little wouder, thorcforc, that tho cditor is seldom a popular man: I noyer hiicvr ono who was, and 1 novor know ouo who was not often accused unjustly. Probably tbe peoplo bcliovo in bribcs to editors bccauso it is a very raro cditor who docs not accuse his opponent of be ing a bribe-taker, creating a projudico ngainst themselves and thcir calling. Xazy and incompetent editors noarly always oxplain tho success of their moro vigorous opponents by declaring that thoy carry on a system of black-mail. I onco visited a large city, tho nowspapors of which I had long admired almost with revorcuce, ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

J I r' THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1891. I THE AMATORY N'OVEI.. Tho Sort of Lovo Stories Which tho Jaded Appetlte of Modorn Soclety Demnmls , y.AXrastt Analysla of Current Lltern. tuie of this Claas, Tlo liistory of tho Englisli novel is ono of tio most fascinating subjcots that al JureS the studcnt of litomturo. Almost beftro ho has ju-oceotled boyond tho in troductory steps lio flnds himself a stu donl of lifo r.ilher than of letters, tlie characters and ovcnts of flction provo losa intcresting than tho couditions that iufluenced their production, and tho rca som for which novels llrst gained popu larity aro far moro important than any attractious thcy now posscss. So also, tho fow that havo rotainod sulHcicnt vi tality to outlivo thoir own poncration of readcrs aro to hira less valuable than tho many that found favor only in their special season. Liko poetry, tho novel has no limitations imposcd on its sub jcots; it may trcat of all things in tho heaven abovo, in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

, THE BENNINGTON BANNER; FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18; 1891.' . . : : f - BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: 'FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18-, 1S91. 'I aw Mns. Joun S. Holden gavo arcception Monday ovening, Miss Etiiel Childs gives a card party tliis Friday oveuing. Lokiko Bingham returncd to his school iu Teekskill, Wedncsday last. Miss Ida Mukroe of. Boston, is .vlsit ing hor sister Mrs. W. W. Monroe of this village. Mrs. James IIabberley returned last evening from lier visit to Delaware coun ty.N.Y. Miss Vickie Keller of Troy, N. Y., is spending two weeks with tho Misses Aimio and Libblc Stortz on Dopot street. We aro glad to liear this moruiug of hopeful improvement in the case of Mrs. Dr. Jcnnoy, who bas bcen critically ill for some days. Ciiari.es T. Bukt bas rcnted tbo bouso on Tlnion streot lately occupied by Frod Tbomas, aud is nearly settled in liis new liouso. Miss Mariox II. Sibi.ey has goue to New York city for fall styles in mil linery. Sbo vill roturn next week aud lnly announco ber openiu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

' THErmsmQTOS BAOTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1891. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. Nortli Bnuluftton, Ton new seats wcroadded to onr Iligh school room last year, niaking tbo wholo number 50. Thero aro forty-eight schol ars in tlris room this yoar, and applica tions from two moro. It isniade possiblo for Prof. Dresscl to successf ully teach this number as assistanco is givon by Miss O'Bricn teacbcr of thograniinar de partracnt, who has somo of tho High school classes assigned to hcr. At a special meoting of the 13aptist church rccontly callcd to consider tbo resignation of tbo pastor, it was votcd, ncarly unanimous, not to accept it. Thc general fceling tbat tbe prosperity of tlni past four ycars, with prescnt liopcful condition of tbo churcli, was evidcnce tbat tbo time had not como for tbo prcs ent harmonious relation to ccase. A committee of threo consisting" of L. A. Dolpb, L. M. Loomis and C. S. Percy were appoiutcd to canvas tbo cburcb in tbo intoiests of a mncb ncedcd parson age. Tbo mcoti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

THE BENISTNGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEE ' 18, V1S91. 1IAD ni3 MAD12 A MI8TAKE? Mr. Horsloy, at tho breakfast tablo, was reading tho stook quotations to his wifo, who always took an afTcctiontite, if vaguo, intcrcst inhisbusincss. Sudden ly, as his eyo rovcd over tho paper, it lightened. "Aha! good! Liston to this, Kitty. 'Tho alumni of tho class of '05 (my class, you know, twenty-fivo years back) will hold a rounion at tho uuivorsity noxt month. Thcro will bo a banquet, specohes, eto.' "Well," folding tho paper, "I'm glad of that! I shall liko to seo tho boys again. Somo of them havo been very successful." "Nono moro than yoursolf, John." "No, probably not." Tho rich bankoi nodded thoughtfully. Ho was not a purse-proud man. Still.ho had given twonty years of his lifo to monoy-making and, naturally, ho fully appreciatcd the valuo of raonoy. "I havo not dono badly," ho said. "Thero's Tom Ilaro, too. Tom is tho hcad of tho largest wheat syndicato in Illinois, and Caridon lio is presi...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK FJRIDAY, ISE1JTEM13EJR 18, 1891. TOT5 CANADIAN CKNT BRINGS BAD LUCK. Aftor tlio accidcnt to tho steamer Tenobscot, on hcr last trip to Bangor, Tursor Hanscomb, who rcsides in Win tcrport, got on shoro there, thinking tho boat would not mako the trip from Ban gor, Sunday, as contomplatcd. Ho lof t word, howover, that ho bo kopt posted, ami lato Saturday afternoon was instructed by telopbono to corao to Ban gor, and tho boat would leavo that night forBoston, and did so. But tho fog camo in thick, whereupon Captain In graham concludcd not to leavo for Bos ton until Sunday morning, and Pursor Hanscomb roturned to Winport, intcnd ing to corao to Bangor Sunday night and tako the night traiu for Boston, boarding tho Ponobscot tlicro Monday morning. Sunday altcrnoon his rclativcs drovo bim up to tho Ilampdcn end o tho elec trio road, whcre lio took a car. Coming up to tho city ho paid tho car conductor a farc, rccciving in cliango a Canadian cent. When ho saw this bo t...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 September 1891

V THE BENMNGTON BAJSR, FRIDAY, SEPTE1IBER 1$, 189l3 Our Chlcsijo Lcttor. CniCAGo, Sept. 12th, 1S91. To the Editor 0 the Jianner: Dear Snt:-A great jnauy vvondorful tbings havo transpired since I vroto a fow lines for tho Banxer, and one of tho most occupying my mind at tho prcscnt time is tho great celobratipn which you, and all of tho good peoplo. of Vermont, cn joyed a few days sinco. Tho Banneu camo to mo flllod with picturcs of somo of tho prominont statesmen of tho coun try, not only of tho good old Rtato of Vermont, but from States from tho West and East. I regret vory muoh that I could not ho thcro to enjoy thls great oc casion. I imagino what it was, as wc havo hero in this largo city many of the liko character oftcn. I havo often climbcd up in tho water tpwer, which is situated near tho lako, on Chlcago Avcnuo, somo 275 fcot, and havo looked out over this smoky city seoing nothing T)nt bnildings on ono side, and on the other Lako Michigan, which is bcantiful and mngnificont...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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